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Watch the Top 32 Street Fighter V Players of 2016 compete for their share of $350,000+ and the crown of Street Fighter V World Champion!

Capcom Cup 2016 Prize Pool

Capcom Cup 2016 Tournament Format

  • Double Elimination Bracket
  • 3/5 Matches
  • Seeding Based on Capcom Pro Tour Global Leaderboard

Day One

The Top 32 to Top 8 matches will be fought at Esports Arena in Santa Ana, CA.

Day Two

The Top 8 will battle at PlayStation Experience at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

Capcom Cup 2016 Day One - Friday, December 2nd, 2016

Top 32 to Top 8 Matches

Laura

Location

eSports Arena

Schedule

9:00 AM Doors Open
9:00 AM Pre-Game Show
10:00 AM Tournament Begins
12:00 AM Tournament Ends

Activities

Casual Play Available for all Attendees

Pro Player Signings and Raffles

Food Trucks

Okamoto Kitchen

Tickets

Tickets for Capcom Cup 2016 Day One at Esports Arena are available via Ticket Fairy. Note that a separate ticket is required for Capcom Cup 2016 Day Two. You must purchase tickets to the PlayStation Experience in order to attend Day Two.

Capcom Cup 2016 Day Two - Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

Top 8 Finals

FANG

Location

Playstation Experience

Schedule

6:00 PM Opening Ceremony
6:30 PM Tournament Begins
9:30 PM Tournament Ends
10:00 PM Closing Ceremony

Tickets

Purchasing your PlayStation Experience Ticket gets you access to the Capcom Cup 2016 Day Two and the entire show floor. Buy tickets through the PlayStation website.

Qualified Players

Thirty-two players enter. Who will emerge victorious?

Qualified Players

Commentators & Masters of Ceremonies


Tasty Steve

Tasty Steve

Tasty Steve

Although being active in the scene FGC since 2002 in St. Louis Mo. Didn't become a commentator/host until after moving to California in 2011. A commentator with a passion for the game & love for the scene.


Ultradavid

Ultradavid

Ultradavid

David "UltraDavid" Graham has been in the competitive fighting game scene since back in twenty aught two. His accomplishments include being the first person to win 30 games in a row on Street Fighter 4 at Denjin Arcade and getting a free Hawaiian Punch for his efforts, making Combofiend temporarily quit Abel, being undefeated in tournament play against Mike Ross, and commentating at just about all of the most important fighting game tournaments since 2009.


Jchensor

Jchensor

Jchensor

James has been playing and analyzing fighting games since the original Street Fighter II. His passion for and knowledge of the Fighting Game Community has spanned many decades. Today, he is continuing to help bring in new players and audiences through his commentary of live events.


Sajam

Sajam

Sajam

Stephen "Sajam" Lyon first took interest in fighting games with the release of Street Fighter IV in 2009, but began competing and commentary in early 2013. Since then he has played a number of fighting games, but stepped away from competing to become a commentator, content creator, and full time segue machine. Stephen's appreciation for high level Street Fighter is only slightly overshadowed by the fantastic deals the many sponsors of the Capcom Pro Tour has to offer.


Vicious

Vicious

Vicious

One of the newer personalities in the FGC, Jeremy "Vicious" Lopez divekicked his way onto commentary in 2016 for Street Fighter V. His debut in the competitive scene started from the Street Fighter 4 era in Southern California. Vicious has competed in numerous events throughout the country for several years as well as assisted several SoCal tournament organizers such as Alex Valle and Jimmy Nguyen from Level|Up. He still hopes that one day Capcom will bring back Yun in Street Fighter 5 so that he can divekick his way to victory once again.


LoganSama

Logan Sama

Logan Sama

Logan Sama is a radio broadcaster and club DJ in the U.K. working on BBC Radio 1 and 1xtra. He has collaborated with the likes of Skepta, Wiley and Drake. Having established the WinnerStaysOn weekly events in 2010, Logan has worked as a tournament organiser and commentator across Europe's biggest premier Street Fighter events.


F-Word

F-Word

F-Word

Femi aka F-Word, is a former pro Street Fighter player turned commentator. He developed a strong passion for fighting games when he was gifted a copy of SF2 Turbo as a 9 year old. 3rd Strike and Marvel Superheroes would become his true 1st loves years later and before he knew it he was competing on the big stage against the best SF4 players in the world, Winning multiple events in the UK. Unable to replicate his form on foreign soil, F-Word found himself spending an awful lot of his competitive time calling high level matches. He quickly developed popularity for his passionate, insightful and somewhat quirky commentary style. Fast forward to today and there are plethora of classic street Fighter moments that his voice has covered. Now a happily married family man, his playing days look all but numbered... but his commentary days are yet to reach their peak.


Mike Ross

Mike Ross

Mike Ross

The Best. Cage Crusher. RossyBoyyy. Maximum Human. Miguel Percy-Fauntleroy Rossington IV. Mike Ross is known by many names, but no one can deny that is he, without a doubt, the People's Champ. Mike "Mike Ross" Ross will be hosting the event for everyone to enjoy so sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.

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